Biotrust is a well-known US supplement company that specialises in weight loss products aiming to be good for your health. The company slogan is “honest nutrition for your ultimate body” and the product advertising comes with plenty of science and pizzazz. However, many customers may find the lengthy explanations about the products extremely confusing.
Biotrust Low Carb is a protein powder so may suit you if you are looking to build muscle. Alternatively you could use it as a meal replacement for weight loss. According to the product information, this powder is superior to others on the market and has a time-release function. However, there is very little real information about the sort of effects you can expect and some users have found that it has caused them to put on weight rather than lose it.
Biotrust Low Carb looks pretty safe but will not suit you if you are lactose intolerant or suffer from dairy allergies. Potential side effects may include nausea, thirst, stomach cramps, bloating, tiredness or headaches.
Biotrust Low Carb contains 18.6 ounces of powder per bottle, but the serving size is provided in metric at 40 g which is extremely confusing. We reckon this works out at approximately 28 servings per bottle so each bottle should contain enough for a month.
Buy from the Biotrust website and one bottle costs $49.00, three bottles costs $132.00 and six bottles costs $234.00.
All flavours are the same price. They are Milk Chocolate, Vanilla Cream, Peach Mango, Café Mocha and Strawberry Banana. Biotrust Low Carb is also sold from Amazon USA where each flavour costs $69.93 making the product website the much better deal.
We are not very inspired by Biotrust Low Carb. It is hard to see what this supplement will do and there is very little real information to help the customer. Just claiming in the hyped-up advertising that this is the best type of protein powder on the market does not really explain this product.
Furthermore, protein shakes are not always effective for weight loss. Although this method can work for some people, others find they actually gain when while using them and this has happened to some users of Biotrust.
That said, Biotrust Low Carb may help you build muscle and if you are already keen on protein shakes, you may like this one. Some people enjoy the sweet flavours but in our opinion, there is nothing here to really make this protein powder worth buying.
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Biotrust Low Carb seems to be a good quality protein powder that you add to milk or water in order to make a satisfying shake or meal replacement drink. According to the advertising, it is a safe hormone-free and GMO-free supplement and it does look better than many other protein powders on the market.
Body builders looking to build muscle often use protein shakes. They are popular too for weight loss but it is important that you use them carefully because there is nothing inherently slimming about them.
The calorie count of Biotrust Low Carb is 150 calories a serving but this figure will be increased to around 260 calories per serving if you add to milk. This is OK if you use the shake to replace a meal or are training hard and building muscle but it will do nothing for your weight loss if you continue to eat on top of it. Some people struggle with the concept of drinking a milk shake as a meal and using protein powders can actually promote weight gain if you continue to eat as normal.
Add 2 scoops (40 g) to 8 ounces of water or milk and mix until smooth. Use a shaker or a blender for best results.
We are not sure who Biotrust Low Carb is actually aimed at. The product information is unnecessarily complicated and does not explain the benefits of the product. It appears to be aimed at people who are already using protein supplements rather than the person looking for an alternative to a conventional weight loss supplement.
Biotrust is a US company that has been in operation since 2012. It was founded by Joel Marion and Josh Benzoni, two “supplement fans” both with a background in fitness and nutrition. The company markets a range of weight loss and health supplements including Biotrust Leptiburn, Metabo 379 and Bellytrim XP. We also ran an investigation on Biotrust, the company:
Biotrust supplements look safe. All are manufactured in reputable US facilities and conform to GMP (good manufacturing practice). In addition, this is a reputable company who will not rip you off. Biotrust supplements are available from a range of outlets and if you buy direct from the official website, you will not be enrolled into any dodgy auto-ship agreements.
Biotrust offer a full-year money-back guarantee on all supplements so you can get a refund if Biotrust Low Carb does not suit you.
According to the product information, Biotrust Low Carb has five key features:
The powder is a “time-released protein blend”. This means that the protein is released gradually rather than hitting your system at once. This is not actually explained but in general, it means that the different types of protein have varying speeds of entry into your system.
One of the major problems with Biotrust advertising is that you are bombarded with an overenthusiastic delivery of facts and figures that do not explain anything. There is a 7-minute cartoon drawing video but again it is unclear just what it is trying to say. Beyond the fact that Biotrust is a good quality brand, of course!
It is hard to say how well it will work when we cannot really understand what it is supposed to do! However, if you use this protein powder as part of your muscle-building regime it will probably work as well as others on the market.
If you use Biotrust Low Carb as a meal replacement for weight loss, you may find it helps you lose weight as long as you do not eat food on top of the meal you are replacing.
A protein powder can be a convenient way of sticking to your diet but many people struggle to resist the temptation of a proper meal. Some people find that drinking a shake is not a proper replacement for normal balanced meals.
The principal ingredients include:
Protein concentrates can cause side effects including:
Not suitable for individuals under 18.
Avoid if pregnant or breast-feeding.
Do not take if you are lactose intolerant or allergic to dairy.
There are some customers’ reviews for Biotrust Low Carb, but surprisingly few for such a well-known company:
I like it very much, tastes good, helps maintain and lose weight and also helps keep body functions regular.
Used this as a meal replacement for six weeks – gained 8 pounds and started retaining water. Stopped using it and the weight started falling off. For whatever reason, this did not work for me. Taste was great and would recommend if you want to GAIN weight.
Way too sweet, too much Stevia in this brand of protein drink. Without so much sweetness, it would be a good product.
Use as a meal replacement and I’ve lost over 20 pounds in six weeks! Personally I like the taste more so than others out there. I’ve tried many others and many were much cheaper, but in the end, this is my favourite, particularly the chocolate flavour… It is one of the better-tasting protein shakes out there!
I’ve used it as a meal replacement and a meal supplement meaning that I eat it with some meals to fill me up. Try both. If you’re on Weight Watchers, two scoops of this drink equates only to 2 points!
There is a one-year money-back guarantee. Biotrust even refunds empty bottles!
You can buy Biotrust Low Carb directly from the Biotrust website. All purchases come with a free copy of 3 Week Diet and the recipe book 52 Fat Burning Smoothies. Biotrust Low Card is also available from Amazon.
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